A great campsite. We visited in August 2014 hoping for the best weather. Unfortunately ex-hurricane Bertha hit land during our 10 day visit. The staff were great in helping to tether our canopy whilst we were off site. The tent held up to the extreme weather albeit the pitch we were on was very exposed. Of course this would not of been a problem had we not seen this poor weather, but as campers you take the rough with the smooth.
Great idea to have visiting vendors of food. We ate at these most nights fish and chips, pizza, curry and more.
Fishing was a great experience for my 9 year old but cannot recommend using marshmallows as bait. See for yourself.
More unfortunately than the weather I broke my ankle during the visit (off site) with 3 days of our holiday remaining. We had to stay an extra night and again the staff were very helpful in arranging this for us in extreme circumstances.
A great site, well run and all the staff are great. The only negative is the exposed pitches but if the weather is good or you choose a less exposed pitch this will not be a problem.
We have been coming as a family to Woolacombe for many years and now our children prefer to come here rather than anywhere else in Britain!
Warcombe if a fabulous site with marvellous shower facilities which are always lovely and warm - no shivering when you come out of the shower.
The fishing lake is lovely for an afternoon relaxing right next to your pitch if you have a gated access pitch which we always prefer.
Dog walks fantastic our Labrador love running loose in a safe woodland area. Small shop on site if you forget anything. Larger supermarkets not far away.
Great fish and chips at Braunton (Squires) lovely pubs at Mortehoe to eat out. Normies cafe at Woolacombe for milkshakes and ice creams.
Captains Table in Woolacombe always our first stop for full English breakfast on arrival. Can't wait to come back in October!